There will be a memorial service at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at Eagle Cemetery.
Another memorial service will take place at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 30 at Fall Creek Cemetery. Members of the Fall Creek Cemetery Corporation are reminded there will be a short meeting after the service to elect officers to the board.
The Jarbalo United Methodist Women met Wednesday, May 12 at the church. President Marilyn Oxley opened the meeting and Rosie Oelschlaeger gave a prayer. Five members answered roll call and reported 44 care calls. There was no old business. For new business there was discussion about going to a nursing home to have a party of some kind for its residents. Marilyn will check with Hickory Pointe in Oskaloosa to find out if the group could go there.
Thamar Barnett gave the lesson, which was a chapter from the book, “The Power of Praying Women” by Stormie Omartian. Thamar served refreshments to Marilyn Oxley, Bid Sheppard, Frances Jeannin and Rosie Oelschlaeger. The next meeting will be June 9 and Frances Jeannin will be hostess and have the lesson.
David and Jane Turner attended a party Friday night for Sheldon Mills, who graduated from McLouth High School. The party was at the home of Sheldon’s parents, David Jr. and Tracey Turner, and sister, Sidney, at Lake Dabinawa.
David and Jane Turner had dinner with Tim and Kelly Kouns on Saturday evening.
Joyce Simmons of Seymour, Mo., and Jeff and Lenora Dickinson visited Bid Sheppard on Saturday afternoon. Visiting Bid on Sunday afternoon were Charles and Connie Sheppard of Lenexa.
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